2020 Christmas Tree Sale SOLD OUT
We have SOLD OUT of trees after only 13 days!
The Berwyn Heights Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad is holding our Annual Christmas Trees Fundraiser Sale in the rear parking lot of the Firehouse. This is one of our most important fundraisers of the year, and would like to thank everyone in advance for your support!
Tree sales will begin on Monday, November 23rd at 5pm, and runs until all trees are sold out.
Sale Hours: Monday-Friday 5pm-9pm Sat/Sun- 9am-9pm
- 5/6ft Fraser Fir – $45
- 6/7ft Fraser Fir – $55
- 7/8ft Fraser Fir – $65
We ask that everyone please wear a mask and maintain a 6ft distance when visiting our tree lot! We accept cash, checks, and credit cards. All our trees are sold by our dedicated volunteer firefighters & EMTs, and they would be happy to answer any questions on how to become a volunteer firefighter/EMT!
Station Location: 8811 60th Ave Berwyn Heights MD 20740
SOLD OUT for 2020
As you deck the halls this holiday season, be fire smart. A small fire that spreads to a Christmas tree can grow large very quickly.
Picking the tree
- Choose a tree with fresh, green needles that do not
fall off when touched.
Placing the tree
- Before placing the tree in the stand, cut 2” from the
base of the trunk.
- Make sure the tree is at least three feet away from
any heat source, like fireplaces, radiators, candles,
heat vents or lights.
- Make sure the tree is not blocking an exit.
- Add water to the tree stand. Be sure to add water
Lighting the tree
- Use lights that have the label of a recognized
testing laboratory. Some lights are only for indoor
or outdoor use.
- Replace any string of lights with worn or
broken cords or loose bulb connections. Read
manufacturer’s instructions for number of light
strands to connect.
- Never use lit candles to decorate the tree.
- Always turn off Christmas treeRemove featured image
lights before leaving home
or going to bed.
- Get rid of the tree after
Christmas or when it is dry.
Dried-out trees are a fire
danger and should not be
left in the home or garage,
or placed outside against the
- Check with your local
community to find a
Bring outdoor electrical
lights inside after the
holidays to prevent hazards
and make them last longer